Class Action: Blue Moon Beer Is Not a Craft Beer

MillerCoors LLC was hit with a false advertising class action lawsuit by a California man, who alleges that it deceives customers into thinking that its Blue Moon beer is a craft beer. Plaintiff Evan Parent filed his Blue Moon class action lawsuit… Read More »


Xarelto Lawsuit Blames Blood Thinner for Gastrointestinal Bleeding

Drug giants Bayer and Janssen Pharmaceuticals are named as defendants in a recently filed lawsuit alleging that they concealed their knowledge from the public and medical community that the new generation blood thinner, Xarelto, can cause life-threatening, irreversible bleeds. A Colorado resident... Read More »


Workplace Accidents Lead to Workers’ Wrongful Death

Wrongful death lawsuits allow grieving families of workers who died as a result of a workplace accident to seek compensation and justice for their deceased loved one. In the case of the majority of wrongful death lawsuits, workplace accidents that lead to... Read More »


Blood Thinner Study Suggests Pradaxa is Overprescribed

Millions of older Americans are prescribed a blood thinner to help reduce the stroke risks associated with a dangerous irregular heartbeat known as atrial fibrillation. However, as many as one-quarter of people with atrial fibrillation who have a low risk of stroke are... Read More »


Stevens Johnson Syndrome Hits Two Tampa Bay Boys

Two boys from Tampa Bay, Fla., ages 6 and 16, contracted the painful and often deadly skin condition known as Stevens Johnson Syndrome. SJS is a drug-induced skin reaction that can occur after taking any number of prescription and over-the-counter medications, though... Read More »


Common Types of Securities Fraud

Ally Financial Inc. has allegedly practiced securities fraud. A securities class action lawsuit investigation has been launched to investigate the validity of these claims. The alleged misconduct was said to have happened between April 2014 and the present. What is Securities Fraud?... Read More »


Zithromax Liver Damage and Stevens Johnson Syndrome Closely Examined

Zithromax (generic, azithromycin) is one of the most popular antibiotics in the United States, and is prescribed every day to patients suffering severe bacterial infections. However, Zithromax has also been criticized for being overprescribed, causing liver failure, and inducing Stevens Johnson Syndrome. This... Read More »


Research: Quinolone Antibiotics Doubles Nerve Damage Risk for Men

A group of antibiotics puts patients at a significant increased risk for developing permanent nerve damage, according to researchers. Mahyar Etminan, a drug safety researcher at the University of B.C. in Canada, has spent significant time researching the link between peripheral neuropathy... Read More »


Over 2,000 Lawsuits Allege Lipitor Causes Type-2 Diabetes

Another Lipitor lawsuit has been filed against Pfizer alleging that its prescription cholesterol-lowering drug directly causes type-2 diabetes. According to the over 2,000 Lipitor diabetes lawsuits currently pending in the Lipitor multidistrict litigation (MDL), Pfizer knew or should have known about the... Read More »


Mich. Woman Sues Debt Collections Agency for FDCPA Violations

Michigan plaintiff Sue T. is suing the debt collections agency United Collection Bureau Inc. (UCB) for allegedly practicing deceptive and illegal debt collection tactics against her. Sue claims that the company directly and willfully violated the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA),... Read More »


California Wage and Hour Class Action Lawsuit Filed

A California wage and hour class action lawsuit was filed against Amerigas Propane Inc. The class action lawsuit accused the company of several Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) violations including failure to pay all wages and overtime compensation. The California wage and... Read More »